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U.S. Military Officers Warn: Russia and China Lead in Superweapons

Thursday, 06 April 2006 12:00 AM

With rare exceptions, the inhabitants of Earth even today still do not understand Einstein's proposition that every point in space (such as an adjoining room in your apartment) has its own time: There is no time, but only time-space or space-time. Yet these "ravings of a madman" (Einstein was a clerk in a patent office) were verified experimentally and thus became the truths told by a scientist of genius.

Einstein told these truths in 1905 – a century ago! Imagine today's jungle of ravings of madmen or truths told by scientists of genius! And imagine today's jungle of superweapons, which turn out, on further research, to be globally destructive or impossible!

Invision Power Board posted online on Jan. 7, 2005 an article headlined "Scalar Weaponry Makes Nukes a Thing of the Past." Nukes? No wonder! They were obtained and used in 1945, more than half a century ago! The article begins as follows: "Scalar weapons are electromagnetic waves emitted through a specially constructed radio antenna."

Then the floor is given to Thomas Bearden, whose scientific profile in The Virtual Times, for which he writes, is as follows:

Tom is a leading conceptualist in alternate energy technology, mind/matter interaction, EM [electromagnetic] bioffects, paranormal phenomena, parapsychology, psychotronics, Tesla technology, and unified field theory concepts. He is the leading advocate of scalar potential electromagnetics, and has worked with several inventors involved in alternate energy devices and scalar electromagnetic system prototypes. He advanced the first force-free redefinition of mass as well as an electromagnetic mechanism that generates the flow of time, and has proposed a testable resolution of the century-old debate over the way in which energy flows in electrical circuits.

I answer that I know that out of its allocations for nanotechnology in general, with its numberless civilian or commercial fields, the U.S. Congress has publicly refused to allocate a cent to Drexler and the Foresight Institute (which he founded in 1986). In his book of 1986, Drexler contemplated molecular nanoweapons, which may turn out to be infinitely more powerful than nuclear weapons.

So we are to believe that the "black" molecular nanoweapons project has bypassed Drexler and the Foresight Institute he founded – Drexler et al. do not even know about any "black" project of development of molecular nanoweapons!

This is as plausible as would have been the assertion from 1939 to 1945 that the nuclear Manhattan Project had bypassed the nuclear scientists of genius whom Einstein had mentioned in his letter of Aug. 2, 1939 to President Roosevelt, and they did not even know about the "black" nuclear Manhattan Project, in which certain unknown strangers they had never heard of were developing nuclear weapons.

These readers of mine believe that U.S. science is by definition the world's most advanced, and the world's most advanced scientists are developing in "black" projects the world's most advanced weapons.

Why this faith in the infinite superiority of the U.S. science over the science in a dictatorship? Well, freedom is creative, and the lack of freedom suffocates talent and genius. True! For example, the Russian poetry of the first third of the 20th century was second to none. But under Stalin it wilted.

Yet in his interview way back in 1991 (!) in a magazine called Megabrain Report of Feb. 4, Lt. Col. Thomas E. Bearden stipulated the following exception to the above noble rule:

In the 1940s, Roosevelt's government did finally finance the nuclear Manhattan Project – Germany had declared war on the United States! But why take a risk when the Sino-American relations are so peaceful, benign, profitable?

Hence, American scientists wishing to work in those fields in which Thomas Bearden works (on his pension?) are not free to work in these fields if they have no money to live on! On the other hand, in China, in alliance with Putin's Russia, such scientists are free to work in these fields, for the dictators of China provide the money no matter how slim are the chances of success in the development of certain post-nuclear superweapons.

Characteristically, both Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden and Col. Byron Weeks are retired. Their pensions give them financial independence, however small. The Pentagon's officials or officers who are not retired obey the orders of their superiors, and the latter obey the orders of THEIR superiors, and so on up to the Secretary of Defense, who obeys the orders of the commander in chief. In the past six years, Donald H. Rumsfeld has cooed from time to time philosophical musings about China, such as his puzzlement over why China's military power continues to grow if she has no enemies.

It is in this way of obeying orders and philosophizing innocently and safely that the Pentagon crawled into the war in Iraq, a small Third World oil country, without suspecting the possibility of a Sunni guerrilla war, though guerrilla war has existed under this name for about two centuries.

Thomas Bearden and Byron Weeks sound not like the Pentagon's officials, such as Rumsfeld, but like free spirits, critical intellectuals, thinkers. They do not have billions of dollars to start even one Manhattan Project in one field. But at least they have their pensions that allow them to work and think individually, and to say publicly what they think.

The fact that Thomas Bearden spoke of Russia and China in the same breath deserves one comment. According to a poll carried out by the by-no-means-pro-government Ekho Moskvy (The Echo of Moscow) radio station last year, 74 percent of listeners thought Russia and China should be allied against the United States. Sino-Russian cooperation in the development of superweapons may thus become decisive.

These 74 percent do not perceive the mortal danger of China to Russia? No! But what about Westerners? What is the percentage of Westerners who do not perceive the mortal danger of China to the West?

In 1941 and 1942, Nazi Germany occupied a considerable part of European Russia and might have occupied all of it. Hence Siberia was to be, in scientific research, a second Russia. Today it is being occupied – not by Hitler's tanks, but by Hu Jintao's money. Academgorodok (Academic City) near Novosibirsk houses more than 50 research institutions, employing 18,000 scientists, some of them unique. China supplies 80 percent of the Academic City's income, and the Russian scientists are happy to fill Chinese orders for whatever is necessary to create the most advanced superweapons in which "the U.S. is still well behind," as Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden put it, and Col. Byron Weeks concluded that "America will burn because we do not have the most powerful weapons on earth."

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